Colin Wood
Colin Wood Associate Editor
2/26/21 2:23 p.m.
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Sponsored Content Presented by Wire Wheel Classic Sports Cars.

Built as an evolution of sorts of the T210 and T212, the Lola T290 was built to compete in the Group 6 2-liter class.

This 1972 Lola T290, chassis number HU14, is one such example that has “period Le Mans history.” As well, the Lola is accompanied by a number of documents that include its FIA passports.

Said to be in “excellent condition,” this T290 is currently fitted with a Ford Cosworth 2.0-liter BDG four-cylinder engine backed by a Hewland five-speed gearbox.

Included with spares, as well as a long nose and tail, this 1972 Lola T290 is available from Wire Wheel Classic Sports Cars for $189,900.

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